Breathe by Layden Robinson

Originally posted on Cover to Cover:
12 Tales of Horror, Suspense and Erotica inspired by the Human Condition. Wow, oh wow! This collection of short stories blew my mind for a number of reasons. It is rare to come across an author who is able to embrace their unique and quirky imagination and then just…

A Woman

Originally posted on Object Relations:
Rules For Using A Woman Before 40 years of age: Always refer to a woman as ‘sweetheart’, ‘dear’, or ‘Miss’. Even if you don’t know her. This will make her feel delicate and soft spoken. If she tries to tell you otherwise, call her something else. Talk about her legs/weight/appearance…

I Don’t Know.

Originally posted on LieWithMe:
I don’t know how long it’s been since I’ve tried something new, I look at myself in the mirror and wonder how long it’s been since I’ve lost that twinkle in my eye; I used to be fun, I used to be chirpy and now I’m just numb and stained. I…

DARK QUIET

Originally posted on The Obscure Journey:
Alone in solitude, in the dark when no one is watching, Our character is revealed to us. When no one is watching, excuses are not worth it. In darkness, we find light. Quiet, peaceful, inspirational, enlighting  moment. Have courage, don’t fear. For it’s moments in solitude that offer us…

Of Yesteryear Review

Often they say that reading organic poetry is a lot like experiencing the transcendence of one’s soul where, after reading just one page, one automatically feels lifted. Reading Lauren Eden’s Of Yesteryear is a lot like that. Each piece makes you feel understood and listened to. Each emotion grasped is one that is so personal…

The Ghost

Originally posted on Words Becoming:
She saw her future unravelling, consumed by him completely not a trace of hope for her ghost his words tattooed on her flesh, cutting out an old woman’s shape binding himself to her he used her younger self to sew up his damaged life until her own was frayed beyond…

A witches’ brew to find everything

Originally posted on confabler:
via Daily Prompt: Jump You shall need the following: A safe haven wherein you forge your spell: A bubbling bazaar under an overzealous sun with dusty, red brick lined shrunken lanes, cunningly tucked in banal corners; their narrow veiled entrances visible only to a pair of eyes curious or habitual enough.…

Carry You In The Rain

Your toe broke through the sole of your shoe. I didn’t want you stepping on the cold, wet ground. I put you on my back – my boy almost seven – and had trouble walking. A friend of… Source: Carry You In The Rain

MY SECRET TIP FOR MEDITATION

  Meditation is a wonderful beneficial relaxing experience, it allows to shut out the outside world for a little while, for us to be calm and alone with ourselves, to clear our thoughts obtain… Source: MY SECRET TIP FOR MEDITATION